Systematic theologies are some of my favorite books. I have nearly 50 in my print and digital libraries and a list of more than two hundred others that I’m working to see added to Logos Bible Software‘s already impressive digital offerings. The vast majority of systematic theologies are written by one author, and more often than not they fill a single volume. But there are a couple of “systematic theologies” that are made up of a series of books featuring a different author and volume on each of the main themes of evangelical theology.
Foundations of Evangelical Theology
- Demarest, Bruce. The Cross and Salvation: The Doctrine of Salvation. 1997. 544 pp. [Amazon | Crossway | Logos | WTSBooks]1
- Feinberg, John S. No One Like Him: The Doctrine of God. 2001. 879 pp. [Amazon | Crossway | Logos]
- Clark, David K. To Know and Love God: Method for Theology. 2003. 464 pp. [Amazon | Crossway]
- Cole, Graham A. He Who Gives Life: The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit. 2007. 320 pp. [Amazon | Crossway | WTSBooks]
- Allison, Gregg R. Sojourners and Strangers: The Doctrine of the Church. 2012. 496 pp. [Amazon | Crossway | WTSBooks]
Feinberg, Paul.TBD. Scripture. Forthcoming.
- Sung, Elizabeth. Man and Angels. Forthcoming.
Gruenler, Royce.Wellum, Steve. Christ. Forthcoming. Vanhoozer, Kevin.McCall, Tom. Sin. Forthcoming. VanGemeren, Willem.Allison, Gregg. Eschatology. Forthcoming.